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Is it possible that Morpheus D. Duvall was actually an adapter to the G-Virus, unlike William Birkin and Curtis Miller? Lets look at what the main purpose of the virus was:

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The ultimate goal for Dr. Birkin was to create and breed G-humans, an evolved super-human species, by using the G-Virus. This is the reason this virus would sometimes be referred to as the "God Virus". Unfortunately, the G-Virus never properly stabilized onto Dr. Birkin and the scientist himself was unable to become a G-human.

The "t+G-Virus" was created by combining the t-Virus and its antibodies with the G-Virus. So theoretically, it retained this "G Human" ability but also had attributes from the t-Virus mixed in, which would explain the Tyrant characteristics, while the G-Virus was responsible for the superhuman abilities which greatly resemble Wesker's but bear very little resemblance to anything exhibited by a "G Creature" or a Tyrant.

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We are told that Morpheus underwent a partial sex change at some point, but I always thought it was weird he took a femenine form after he injected the virus just because of that. What if his transformation is the result of one characteristics of a G-human, the capability of reproduction:

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Theoretically, a true G-human is expected to have equivalent super-human traits while maintaining reproductive capabilities as a species.

Needless to say, Morpheus also gained superhuman capabilities, and more importantly, his intelligence remained unaffected. If he also developed the capability of reproduction, maybe he did became the first "true" G-human.

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That's a wonderful theory, but I took another look at the file.

「t-ウィルス」及びその抗体である「G-ウィルス」を遺伝子レベルで融合、電気的な特性を持たせることに成功した。Fused "t-virus" and its antibody "G-virus" at genetic level and we were able to make the electrical characteristic.

It's saying "wherein G-virus in the antibody". Doesn't look like they actually combined the two viruses...

So is the "G" antibody counteracting the "t-virus" antigen? Could someone explain this? Here's some info.

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Antibody
A blood protein produced in response to and counteracting a specific antigen.

Antigen
A toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune response in the body, esp. the production of antibodies.

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The antibody response is crucial for preventing many viral infections and may also contribute to resolution of infection. When a vertebrate is infected with a virus, antibodies are produced against many epitopes on multiple virus proteins. A subset of these antibodies can block virus infection by a process that is called neutralization.

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A virus antigen is a toxin or other substance given off by a virus which causes an immune response in its host. The antigen is what causes common symptoms related to a viral infection, such as fever. Although the responses caused by a virus antigen can be annoying, they are often the first alert that something is wrong within the body that needs to be taken care of.

When a virus enters the body of a person or animal, it releases proteins, toxins, or enzymes into the bloodstream. These can cause symptoms such as sore throat or cough, but they also alert white blood cells of the virus’s presence. The cells recognize the virus antigen as a foreign body and send signals to the brain to release more white blood cells. Once the white blood cells, including killer cells, are released in higher numbers; they hunt down and destroy viral cells.

This process is how the immune system recognizes disease and acts to destroy it. Symptoms like fever, swelling, or pus in certain areas mean that the immune system is doing its job. The immune response caused by a virus antigen can also result in swollen lymph nodes, runny nose, inflammation, and other symptoms like mucus buildup in the nose, throat, or chest.

I guess it's possible, but developer's intended Morpheus to be a Tyrant.

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I don't know how we missed this, but "G" has no mention expect as an antibody. Morpheus was clearly a Tyrant.

グラマラスな女(Tレディ)
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t-ウィルスおよびその抗体であるG-ウィルスを遺伝子レベルで融合し、電気的な特性を持たせる理論がある。There's a theory that it can be made electrically conductive by fusing the t-virus and its antibody G-virus at the genetic level.

「ラスボスに女版タイラントなんて新鮮じゃないすか?」Isn't that like a female version of Tyrant as the final boss? - Design staff comment of the original development team

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Fused "t-virus" and its antibody "G-virus" at genetic level and we were able to make the electrical characteristic.

Scientifically, it's a mess.  Whoever wrote it doesn't seem to know what antibodies or antigens are.

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Sherry's body supposedly contains "precious G antibodies". Does that make sense?

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Assuming that the G-Embyro implanted in her also infected her, and the Devil Vaccine info I believe does state it's re-writting her DNA, then an Antigen could kick start her immune system to create G-Virus antibodies which would destroy both the virus and the parasite (since it would be identified as 'foriegn cells') and should remain in her system for several years.  Typically, though, this needs to be done before infection.

So yeah.  Sherry should have G-Virus Antibodies.  

The flaw comes from the idea of merging G-Virus antibodies with T-Virus cells - antibodies are designed to lock onto a speciffic target.  Hence why you keep getting colds.  The virus has changed enough that your old antibodies don't catch on until antigens trigger a response.

Antibodies work by locking onto a virus cell in such a way as to stop it replicating or blocking a site it needed to function, or sometimes as a 'tag' for other defences to spot and kill it.  So combing the two should, at best, make the T-Virus die if it was even possible...

At least, this is what I remember from cellular biology.  

The only way I can see it working is that it partially blocks the T-virus, as the same receptor is present in the G but the T can still operate.  Maybe it starts targeting the bodies immune cells?  For whatever reason, the G antibody limits the T infection and changes the transformation?  I dunno, too advanced for my brain.

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Oh God, I just had a midterm in Immunology yesterday. Why is this stuff here now too?

Anyways, the concept of mixing the T-Virus with antibody (Ab) directed against the G-Virus in order to produce a transformation is...hands down just fucking retarding.

To provide a brief overview of how this would work, in reality at least, as soon as Sherry underwent esophageal impregnation with the G-embryo (which I'll assume was shedding G-virions otherwise this entire post would collapse in a spate of hate and genetic violence), the leukocytes of her innate immune system, e.g. neutrophils and macrophages, would attempt to engulf the invading organism/cells (I think Hieronymus and I were still unclear on if Birkin's G-embryo was meant to be the size of the ones hawked up by the G-Mutants or something more akin to a blastocyst).

And they would fail, because Capcom dictated that they must in the service of canon.

Nevertheless, they will have at least succeeded in setting off the body's alarms with cytokines and things of that nature. Antigen-presenting cells (APCs), including dendritic cells and the aforementioned macrophages, would meanwhile busy themselves with the task of taking up antigen (Ag) from the G-embryo and then making their way to nearby lymph nodes; one of those Ags recognized would most definitely be our godly G-Virus.

Those APCs then activate T helper cells which subsequently prime B cells to differentiate into Ab-secreting plasma cells. The problem here is that there's rarely just one Ab capable of targeting an entire Ag (unless said Ag is exceedingly small; I'm talking smaller than a parvovirus). Rather, those Ags have a multitude of different epitopes, each of which is capable of being recognized by an Ab.

For example, we can have one Ab directed against a protein on G's viral envelope while another solely recognizes a protein which G forces infected cells to release. Note that both of these Abs would be specific to G, so unless the protein on G's envelope was highly conserved evolutionarily among the viruses derived from Progenitor (meaning T would also have it), then that Ab against G would have no effect whatsoever on T.

Running with the other theory that G's envelope protein could also be found on T, you'd then be able to isolate a neutralizing Ab from Sherry's blood capable of targeting two Umbrella viruses for the price of one (especially since Ab therapies tend to be ~$70,000 against cancers at least). In no uncertain terms, this Ab would bind to and block that envelope protein on T, weighing down the entire virion and thereby neutralizing it. What do you then think would happen if you mixed those two in the barrel of a syringe like the one Morpheus had?

Oh, but it gets inevitably worse for the virus inside the body.

In a vial, that bound T could just sink to the bottom and hope against hope that there's some wickedly dramatic dissociation curve between it and this Ab it didn't know about lying around in some obscure scientific journal somewhere.

In the body (Sherry's at least), once those Abs bind to T, the virion doesn't get to sink away dejectedly from the cell it wanted so badly to infect. Instead, the tails (Fc region) of those Abs tagged to the virion act as a signal for macrophages to come phagocytose that fucked little virus with even greater prejudice, kinda like running around a battlefield with shooting range targets taped right onto your back. The ensuing Ab-facilitated engulfing frenzy is known as opsonization.

So, in summary:

A. The G antibodies do absolutely nothing to T because said Abs are specific only for G.
B. The G antibodies are cross-reactive with T and bind irreversibly to it in solution, neutralizing the virus
C. If mixed inside the body, the G antibodies cross-reactive with T not only neutralize it but also promote its engulfment and subsequent destruction.

I'm unsure on this, but I vaguely recall from a lecture that Abs from another person administered inside one's own body would also induce the formation of Abs against those foreign Abs, but I could be mistaken.
 
I was thinking for a bit about the possibility that G antibodies could be added in a dose-dependent manner to a much higher titer of T until all Abs were bound, but that would only reduce the number of T virions available to infect cells. What's more, the free virions remaining would just go on to infect a cell and proliferate regardless since one virion is capable of yielding a vast number of progeny. In other words, it'd be the same as a regular T inoculation except you'd maybe prolong the onset time of infection, and not by much longer either.

In addition, I was ready to broach why the DEVIL vaccine couldn't possibly work that quickly against the G embryo if it was indeed a traditional, killed virus vaccine, but I'm tired of writing about this shit.

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.....but I'm tired of writing about this shit.

I think you pretty much said everything that needed to be said on the subject. Verily. O.o

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This looks like quite a mess. {#emotions_dlg.confused}

I also checked the story section in the official site and there seems to be another section regarding the scenarios which seems to say that the virus is a combination of the T-virus and the G-virus, but making no mention at all of antibodies:

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=es&ie=UTF8&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com.mx&sl=ja&tl=en&twu=1&u
=http://www.capcom.co.jp/gunsurvivor4/senario2.html&usg=ALkJrhhFK7zqOwVhlUsie3xzPck_OCyAXQ

Check under ST-3A.

Personally I'm more of the opinion that the G-virus must have been used since Morpheus did turned into a blob after taking too much damage, after all, wasn't that one of the characteristics of the G-virus?

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I would listen to The Doctor.  He really knows his shit.  I'm so proud.

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I'm unsure on this, but I vaguely recall from a lecture that Abs from another person administered inside one's own body would also induce the formation of Abs against those foreign Abs, but I could be mistaken.

Indeed, that's a risk.

We have discussed a possible mechanism for how one might combine a T-Virus antibody with the G-Virus in such a way as to retard the activity of G.  I still think it holds up, and you'll get to see the full explanation if we ever get around to publishing the third Report.  (It is so very close to finished, but we are both very busy living the dream.)  Briefly, antibodies get their specificity (described by the Doctor) through a series of mutations, so a specific idiotype is going to be coded for by a specific DNA sequence, which you can put in a virus.  Infect a cell with that virus, and the cell will make the antibody.  Play with the signal sequence of that DNA sequence, and you can tell the cell to keep the antibody inside itself instead of releasing it.  Use the right idiotype of antibody and you can targed a highly conserved viral protein that's identical between T and G, and unlikely to mutate (an essential domain of a virally-encoded transcriptional regulatory element would be best for our purposes, although it would be more prone to mutation than, say, reverse transcriptase).  Now, if you also play with the promoter sequence and transcriptional regulatory elements, and maybe truncate the poly-A tail of the transcript a bit, you can keep the number of antibodies produced low.  Put all this together and the cell builds its own regulatory elements for expression of the viral genes inside itself, keeping the throttle low but the engine on, so to speak.

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In addition, I was ready to broach why the DEVIL vaccine couldn't possibly work that quickly against the G embryo if it was indeed a traditional, killed virus vaccine, but I'm tired of writing about this shit.

I just presented a paper (by David Baltimore, no less, and I don't expect that name to mean anything to most of you) which suggests a fascinating option called vectored immunoprophylaxis.  All that business I suggested about putting antibody DNA into a virus, to fight another virus?  He's doing it to fight HIV.  There are some key differences - his antibodies are secreted, not kept inside the cells; they're secreted in high levels; and they target the glycoprotein rather than transcriptional elements; because he's actually trying to destroy the virus rather than slow it down.  Also, he's gotten muscle tissue to make the antibodies instead of B-cells.  The DEVIL vaccine might do exactly the same thing.  I don't know if you could even call it a vaccine; it doesn't stimulate seroconversion so much as it declares it by fiat.  I thought it was pretty cool, especially since I had the same idea years ago.  (In retrospect, there were flaws in my version of the idea, which I later realized included the fact that it would cure HIV by causing leukemia.)

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Its biological weapons, attack power and tremendous horsepower to manipulate, the current high pressure that occurred from the body, with a bullet of ordinary, hard to chew at all.

What?

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Hieronymus wrote:

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Its biological weapons, attack power and tremendous horsepower to manipulate, the current high pressure that occurred from the body, with a bullet of ordinary, hard to chew at all.

What?

Right section, but wrong paragraph:

Development Department of the umbrella, and the T-virus,
He completed a new biological weapon by mixing the G virus.

As for the paragraph you read, that's from the Googgle translator and I can't make sense of it either.

If someone would be kind enough to provide a better translation, the original japanese text can be found here:

http://www.capcom.co.jp/gunsurvivor4/senario2.html

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"The Development Department of Umbrella mixed the T-Virus and G-Virus, and completed a new biological weapon."

The specific term for "mix" actually means to "blend substances together" so there's some additional confirmation on exactly what they did. I'm not totally sure where the antibodies factor in. We do know that Umbrella did not have antibodies for the G-Virus, since Sherry is the only person in the world who has them.

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 We do know that Umbrella did not have antibodies for the G-Virus, since Sherry is the only person in the world who has them.

Would Umbrella not have also had access to the vaccine for the G-virus after retrieving all of their information from RC?

It would be easy to speculate that, given we know they're trying out new things with the G-virus, they'd've used it on someone at some point...so it stands to reason that they could've created some antibodies...

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Thezombiemessia wrote:

Would Umbrella not have also had access to the vaccine for the G-virus after retrieving all of their information from RC?

It would be easy to speculate that, given we know they're trying out new things with the G-virus, they'd've used it on someone at some point...so it stands to reason that they could've created some antibodies...

If they did, we'd know, and Sherry wouldn't be so valuable.

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Why would we know? Neither Sherry nor the G-virus have been particularly important storyline wise for any game after RE2 bar Dead Aim, where we're told that Umbrella have worked on the G-virus some more.

Plus, if the original translation that Welsh posted mentions them using antibodies, surely that'd be a sign?

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Might as well add this.

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He attracted subordinates belonging to the former Umbrella R&D Dept. and held real power, but because he showed threatening movement against the organization he was falsely accused and dismissed.

Great translation, Newsbot. I had:

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Umbrella's Research Departmenet finished a new B.O.W. by combining the G-virus and t-virus.

So, can we trust the original scenario or do we go with the finished product? It's called "t+G virus" after all.

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Thezombiemessia wrote:

Why would we know? Neither Sherry nor the G-virus have been particularly important storyline wise for any game after RE2 bar Dead Aim, where we're told that Umbrella have worked on the G-virus some more.

Plus, if the original translation that Welsh posted mentions them using antibodies, surely that'd be a sign?

*shrugs*

It mentions t-Virus antibodies (which we know Umbrella had in BH3), not G-Virus antibodies. Nobody but the U.S. Government has them in their possession. Regardless of whether or not Sherry's story has been continued in any other games, they still like to keep mentioning that she is extremely valuable because she has the antibodies. They saw fit to update Leon's BH3 epilogue to include it.

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So, can we trust the original scenario or do we go with the finished product? It's called "t+G virus" after all.

I'd say go with the original scenario until we ascertain exactly how the antibodies factor into it.

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It would be easy to speculate that, given we know they're trying out new things with the G-virus, they'd've used it on someone at some point...so it stands to reason that they could've created some antibodies...

You'll get antibodies against any virus, but some viruses are very good at making sure that the antibodies you make aren't any good.  Ebola and HIV, for instance, have highly glycosylated glycoproteins, which prevent antibodies from binding to the active sites of these proteins - this, in turn, means that antibodies can't prevent the virus from infecting cells.  Protective antibody responses are very rare, and that's why the Baltimore group is trying to use genetic engineering to get people to make these antibodies, rather than creating a traditional vaccine against HIV.

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It mentions t-Virus antibodies (which we know Umbrella had in BH3), not G-Virus antibodies.

That's not true. Check the sentence structure.

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Thezombiemessia wrote:

Why would we know? Neither Sherry nor the G-virus have been particularly important storyline wise for any game after RE2 bar Dead Aim, where we're told that Umbrella have worked on the G-virus some more.

Plus, if the original translation that Welsh posted mentions them using antibodies, surely that'd be a sign?

*shrugs*

If Degeneration is considered canon, then a sample of the G-Virus did indeed exist after the RC incident, but no cure or vaccine had yet to be produced by the time of the movie. This of course is conjecture, based solely on dialogue offered by a double-agent and could have been intentional misdirection.

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If Degeneration is considered canon, then a sample of the G-Virus did indeed exist after the RC incident, but no cure or vaccine had yet to be produced by the time of the movie. This of course is conjecture, based solely on dialogue offered by a double-agent and could have been intentional misdirection.

*Seconds the shrug*

We do know for sure that at least two samples of the virus made it out of the city: the vial Hunk retrieved and the tissue sample from William which Ada retrieved. I don't know how Frederick obtained his sample, but it is possible he also got it from Raccoon City, after all, in REO we see another researcher, Monica, also trying to escape with a G specimen.

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I think it was stated in the film that he obtained it on the black market, so he didn't retrieve it from the lab himself.

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I was just using that to confirm that Sherry is the only known source of the G-Virus antibody.

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I think it was stated in the film that he obtained it on the black market, so he didn't retrieve it from the lab himself.

That was just the story he gave Claire.

Leon explains at the end of the movie that Downing stole samples of both the T and G virus before escaping Raccoon City.

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That was just the story he gave Claire.

Leon explains at the end of the movie that Downing stole samples of both the T and G virus before escaping Raccoon City.

I wonder how he managed that. Well, Monica almost succeeded.

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It's a stupid plot point really just to bring in a G creature in Degeneration.  Weakest part of the film I thort.

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t-ウィルスおよびその抗体であるG-ウィルスを遺伝子レベルで融合し、電気的な特性を持たせる理論がある。There's a theory that it can be made electrically conductive by fusing the t-virus and its antibody G-virus at the genetic level.

「t-ウィルス」及びその抗体である「G-ウィルス」を遺伝子レベルで融合、電気的な特性を持たせることに成功した。Fused "t-virus" and its antibody "G-virus" at genetic level and we were able to make the electrical characteristic.

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「荷電粒子ライフルにより遺伝子レベルで物理的破壊を誘発され暴走した第一形態。モーフィアスの心に深く刻み込まれた恨みだけが、その巨体な骸(むくろ)を動かす。」The 1st form went berserk after its physical destruction at the genetic level by the charged particle rifle. Only the resentment deeply engraved in the heart of Morpheus moves the gigantic dead body (corpse).

What they're saying is that t-virus was combined with G-virus and its (G) antobodies. So the blast from the charged particle rifle must have destroyed the G-antibodies.

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That just sounds more like the G-Virus is the antibody to the t-Virus. Which is silly, unless they mean metaphorically.

And Umbrella did not have any G-antibodies, so there's that ruled out.

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It may be silly, but I think its their intention.

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I think you have misinterpreted to be honest. I think it means: T-virus, it's antibody, and the G-virus, as opposed to the T-virus and its' antibody g-virus which makes no sense.

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I think you have misinterpreted to be honest. I think it means: T-virus, it's antibody, and the G-virus, as opposed to the T-virus and its' antibody g-virus which makes no sense.

I didn't misinterpret anything. Read the fucking line or get somebody who can.